Smudge's pups at 4 and 5 days old
Finally got all the photos loaded of the pups from yesterday and today, along with a couple of Dad, Henry and a few of the children and me with the pups. Smudge and pups are all doing well. It's late so this is a quick blog. Enjoy !
30/4/2015 07:57:47 am
Beautiful puppies. Are you noticing any further differences from the cross with the Brittany compared with a pure cavalier?
30/4/2015 08:29:04 am
At the moment if you did not know, even a Cavalier breeder would not be able to tell that they were not pure Cavaliers.
30/4/2015 08:57:19 am
It'll certainly be interesting to see them develop. Thanks for the great photos. How does the character of the Brittany compare? We had a Cavalier when I was growing up and she was the sweetest natured dog ever. I imagine a Brittany to be more active and less of a lap dog, is that right? Although, having said that, our Bonny was very lively in her younger years. She lived to almost 15, so had slowed considerably in the end.
30/4/2015 09:11:35 am
Yes, they will be active dogs. Smudge as a Cavalier has retained her distant ancestors appitude for flushing covers and with the Brittany being bred for pointing the mixture should make for offspring that would possible work, as well as be active family dogs.
30/4/2015 09:49:12 am
As a cavalier lover who wants a healthier breed I am fascinated.
30/4/2015 01:53:18 pm
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Me (Jane) with Puddin' and Teagol, waiting patiently to flush a patch of kale, December 2019
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